Listen: Jessie Ware sings 'Selfish Love' in Spanish on 'Egoísta'
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U.K. singer-songwriter Jessie Ware sings in Spanish for the first time on "Egoísta," which was released on Sept. 29. She translates over the heartache of "Selfish Love."

"Selfish Love" is the second single from Ware's upcoming third album, Glasshouse. It follows lead single "Midnight." Jessie takes on a rocky romance on "Selfish" and its Latin-flavored counterpart "Egoísta."

Ware wrote "Selfish Love" with OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder and pop producers Happy Perez and Cashmere Cat. The production chugs along on a bossa nova groove as Jessie calls out her lover whose heart isn't all in it. "All these games we play always end the same," she sings. "Egoísta" maintains the same sound but with Ware surprisingly crooning the lyrics in Spanish and doing an amazing job of it. Not only does Jessie translate over the song's words but also the haunting heartbreak behind the breezy bop.

"Egoísta" and "Selfish Love" are now available on iTunes and Apple Music. Ware's Glasshouse album will be released on Oct. 20. At the end of the month, she is playing sold-out shows in New York, L.A. and San Francisco.